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New Video Series: Address Today’s Risk, Finance, and Compliance Challenges
Today’s financial institutions must cope with a host of new challenges related to managing their risk, finance, and compliance responsibilities. Topping the list are the twin pressures of increased regulations and ongoing economic uncertainty. As a result of this environment many banks are working to combine risk, finance, and compliance functions under a single, enterprisewide platform.
But getting there can be difficult. To help, The Banker, a service of the Financial Times Ltd., produced a series of video master classes that explore how banks can best leverage unified data to meet these new requirements. An editor with The Banker moderates an in-depth discussion about unifying data featuring Subin Paul, Oracle’s solution architect for risk, and Zia Ishaq, Oracle’s global solution lead for liquidity risk.
The videos consist of four chapters devoted to the following aspects of leveraging unified data.
- Finance, risk transformation, and managing risk
- The value of unified data
- Enterprise stress testing
- Liquidity risk management
A common theme throughout the series is how a majority of banks manage risk and compliance using operational silos in a framework where each solution is associated with its own set of applications. This makes it difficult to create a holistic view of enterprise data, Paul and Ishaq explain.
Throughout the master class series, viewers learn how banks can achieve superior finance and risk management by implementing a scalable framework. These new infrastructures can evolve with the business and accommodate existing third-party or in-house applications to better manage all risk activities. View the entire series today.
In addition, get details about Oracle solutions for financial services and solutions tailored for the banking industry.